IDEP Policy Brief 001/18 - Land access and households wellbeing in Cameroon: does gender matter?

This paper was prepared during a post-doc visiting fellowship of Eric Patrick FEUB IPAMEN from the University of Yaounde 2-Soa ( LAREM, Cameroon) f und by the United Nations Institute for Development Economics (UNIDEP) within the framework of the 2017 Tajudeen Abdulraheem visiting fellowship for policy researchers in development policies. The aim of this paper is to examine the relationship between land access and household wellbeing in Cameroon. The main research question of this study is : What is the effect of land access on household’s wellbeing in Cameroon?